Specialty Classes

ELDOA

Meditation for your spine. ELDOA is a revolutionary stretching and strengthening technique for the spine and joints of the body. The ELDOAs, developed by French Osteopath Guy Voyer, target every level of your spine to decompress and normalize the tension around each vertebrae. The result is renewed strength and balance throughout your body and better posture. *ELDOA is a French acronym: Etirements Longitudinaux Decoaptation Osteo-Articulaire (English: Longitudinal Stretching of the Osteo Articular joints)

S.A.S

SRONG. ACTIVE. SENIORS. This class is developed specifically for those 65+ who want to work deeply and supported to reset and restore the body. This work is focused on bone building and strengthening for better balance and all over stability. We take a deeper look at proper biomechanics, bone rhythm and muscle firing patterns. Ideal for clients working with osteoporosis or osteopenia. 

Fascial Reset

A Fascial Release Class, a therapeutic class designed to address ongoing tightness, dysfunction, proprioception and chronic pain. Using Pilates Process methodology for myofascial training, this mat class uses small props and imagery to facilitate long-lasting transformation in the body. This class is highly recommended for all levels and will benefit all clients whether injured or just looking to take their physical health and function to the optimal level.

What is fascial tissue?
Fascial tissue refers to all connective tissue in the body, from tissue as large tendons and ligaments to the microscopic cellular matrix that creates the structure of our cells. Fascial tissue covers and permeates all muscles and organs. All fascial tissue in the body is connected through a complicated web. Our fascial tissue affects our posture and biomechanics. In order for our bodies to operate at optimal health, fascial tissue must be able to function in the ways in which it is designed. It must be springy, pliable, well lubricated for glide ability and effective in force absorption and load distribution. Our fascial class aims to address fascial tissue at all these levels.

Power Fascia Training

An intense training class that aims to bring together the worlds of Pilates Process Myofascial training, Pilates and HIIT to improve overall physical health and increase fitness levels. Through the design of this class, the goal is to have clients experience the benefits of all three of these styles of training. This includes improved cardiovascular health, increased metabolic rate, increased core and overall muscular strength, improved effectiveness of fascial tissue and more functional biomechanics..

What is fascial tissue?
Fascial tissue refers to all connective tissue in the body, from tissue as large tendons and ligaments to the microscopic cellular matrix that creates the structure of our cells. Fascial tissue covers and permeates all muscles and organs. All fascial tissue in the body is connected through a complicated web. Our fascial tissue affects our posture and biomechanics. In order for our bodies to operate at optimal health, fascial tissue must be able to function in the ways in which it is designed. It must be springy, pliable, well lubricated for glide ability and effective in force absorption and load distribution. Our fascial class aims to address fascial tissue at all these levels.

Dance Meditation

Find your individual healing journey through dance, leaving stress behind, and welcoming peace and joy into your heart.
This class will explore movement through a meditative practice. We will discover the shapes our body desires, moving away from judgment, allowing ourselves to dance freely. Using breath work and a calming slowness, we will unwind the nervous system in a safe and inclusive environment.
Delving into deeper emotions as we continue our journey trusting our bodies and the space around us, we will begin to open ourselves to healing energies, leaving us feeling transformed.

Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MSBR) Mindfulness is the awareness that emerges through paying attention, on purpose, to the present moment and non-judgmentally. This kind of attention nurtures awareness, a different mode of mind to our usual busy, doing mode. With this practice comes greater clarity, patience, acceptance and ease. It allows us to gain access to our own powerful inner resources for insight, transformation and healing. ~ Jon Kabat-Zinn